Batman: Arkham Knight PC Patch Adds Support for All DLC and Updates

All post-release content, except platform exclusive DLC, will be playable.

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The upcoming patch for Batman: Arkham Knight on PC will bring the game to content parity with its console counterparts, developer Rocksteady Studios has confirmed.

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Posting on the game's Steam community page, social marketing manager Gaz Deaves confirmed the update--which is scheduled for release by the end of October--will allow players to access "all the patch content and non-exclusive DLC released across all platforms at that point."

Naturally, you'll have to either own the season pass of have purchased any additional post-release content to play it.

Deaves continued: "So when it launches, Batman: Arkham Knight for PC will have content-parity with console with the exception of platform-exclusive DLC). Not wanting to speak for everyone here, but I think we're all looking forward to this patch being live."

Amidst its troubled launch, Batman: Arkham Knight sales were suspended. On October 2, publisher Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment confirmed the game will be available to purchase on PC again by the "end of October."

Mortal Kombat X and Arkham Knight have reportedly each sold more than five million units, together helping Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment offset the lacklustre performance of its movie division.

Batman: Arkham Knight's next major expansion is Catwoman's Revenge, which is set after the events of the main game and casts players as Catwoman "as she seeks her revenge on Riddler."

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